|Subject:||[RFI] Re: time to start using the radios in the freqs they aregoing use turn up the amps. : Air Force (& Wal-Mart?) RFI in Florida|
|Date:||Fri, 21 May 2004 16:58:37 -0400|
That would be construed as intentional jamming, I was speculating about the impact of inadvertent (unintentional) rfi.
I was thinking that the unintented noisy consequence from the inadvertent rfi might cause a Ham to stop sending unidentified transmissions into a repeater -- it was not a suggestion that
anyone jam a *legal* user (WalMart).
This is radically different than BPL where the promoters are knowingly lying about the destructive impact of a secondary user (BPL) upon primary users -- there one may freely operate normal modes and power levels without concern for the BPL system -- they (BPL vendors) are required to defend their gear from *legal primary users* including Amateur Radio, government and military users, etc.
This does not mean pointing large beams at BPL devices and pumping a KW of digital RF into the beam -- in that case one is not operating for the purpose of communicating with another Op. One is also supposed to only use the power level necessary for successful communication, not the maximum legal just because one owns an amp.
73, doc kd4e
Kevin Adam wrote:
N9IWW time turn on the radios and amps. I think its time to turn on the Radios Ands amps setup digital mode @ 433.5 Maybe even a Beacon there would work point them all at Wal-Mart. Then they'll change there freq away from the amateur bands. Since we can 1500 pep for digital mode low power for beacons we need to all band together on this.
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